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The Sisters of Nazareth Convent
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1. Archaeology without archaeologists: investigations by the Sisters of Nazareth, 1881-1913 2. Architectural archaeology: systematic recording by Henri Senes, 1936-1964 3. Bringing the site into the twenty-first century: archaeological work at the convent, 2006-2010 4. An illusion of riches: the Sisters of Nazareth convent museum 5. Reinterpreting the Sisters of Nazareth site: Roman-period transformations 6. Making a place of pilgrimage: the Sisters of Nazareth site in the Late Roman and Byzantine periods 7. The pilgrims return: Crusader and later structures 8. Wider implications of the Sisters of Nazareth site for Roman, Byzantine, and Crusader archaeology and history 9. Is this the house of Jesus? Memory, materiality, and the long-term transmission of topographical knowledge

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Ken Dark is Associate Professor of Archaeology and History at the University of Reading and specialises in the archaeology and history of first millennium AD Europe and the Middle East; the archaeology and history of religion (especially early Christianity); and archaeological method and theory.

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